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So my sister is a klutz, but this is a doozy even for her, she lost her phone, while she was in the middle of buying a new one gets a call that her old one was found, but it had been run over by (probably many) vehicles.
The screen is totally shot, but the phone seems to be functional otherwise. When I charge it up, push the power button, it comes on, does the little buzz, and the soft keys light up but the screen does nothing.
I have already removed the microSD card and luckily her photos were there and I was able to recover them, but she wasn't saving her contacts to Google, so they are still on the inside of the phone. This is the only other piece of data that she really wants.
Is there any free or really cheap ways to recover the contacts from the phone? It has been a long time since I've been mirroring an android screen to my laptop and it doesn't seem to work like it used to.
Details on her phone: Samsung S7, verizon model, debugging mode is not turned on, I have zero knowledge of what version of android is on her device, I'm hoping she actually kept the auto-updates on.
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